Training as an organizational coach

Companies today operate in a world that is characterized by dynamism, uncertainty and complexity. Topics such as managing projects or supporting transformation are correspondingly challenging. In contrast to conventional consulting, organizational coaching relies on a systemic understanding of organizations, innovative formats for collaboration and work with internal multipliers.

The most important facts in brief

  • 10-day workshop: basics, organization, collaboration, transformation, methods
  • At least two live modules (1 and 5), modules 2, 3 and 4 can also be held virtually if desired
  • Small group (maximum seven participants)
  • Certificate as an organizational coach
  • Dates 2024: see below

In my training as an organizational coach, you will gain deep insights into the understanding of organizations, develop your own business case and learn how to effectively accompany change and transformation.


The training takes place in five modules of two days each takes place. These five blocks are spread over several months and include both theoretical content and practical business cases. Between the modules there are impulses to follow up on the previous module and prepare for the next one.

In addition, the formation of a peer group in which participants can meet virtually between modules and discuss the material.

In addition, wherever possible, participants can their own project in the area of transformation or change into the training, develop it and improve it with the help of the training content.


Module 1:

We look at the definition of organizational coaching, its sources and influences. We explore how the image of people and the role of the organizational coach are connected and which working principles an organizational coach follows. We also work out the difference between organizational coaching and conventional consulting approaches.

Module 2:

Starting from the overarching perspective of different types of value creation, we develop the system-theoretical foundations of organizations and their interaction with the “human factor”. We discuss various organizational models and deal with the evolution of social systems as the basis for understanding any organizational change.

Module 3:

We discuss collaboration in organizations in two forms: Leadership and teamwork. We develop principles and consequences of New Leadership and their implementation in day-to-day management. We also look at the mechanisms of successful teamwork, including psychological safety, self-management and a toolbox for everyday work.

Module 4:

We look at the difference between transformation and change. Building on this, I provide insight into the successful launch and management of transformation processes. Finally, we look at the participants’ business cases in deep dives and outline ideas for a successful transformation application.

Module 5:

In this very practice-oriented module, we develop formats for working with people and groups, including facilitation, coaching and liberating structures. There is also a comprehensive toolbox for structuring and planning, for delegating and making decisions, and for documentation. We apply all of this to the participants’ business cases in a deep dive.

Learning objectives

Module 1: Basics

  • Getting to know the theoretical background of organizational coaching
  • Defining and differentiating organizational coaching
  • Getting to know the working principles of organizational coaching
  • Examination of the role, competencies and practice of an organizational coach

Module 2: Organization

  • Discussion of value creation, organizational purpose, purpose
  • Familiarization with the theory of social systems and its principles
  • Discussion of different organizational models
  • Getting to know evolution as the basis for organizational change

Module 3: Cooperation

  • Discussion of the management environment and its organizational consequences
  • Getting to know the New Leadership approach
  • Discussion of psychological safety and self-control as key team competencies
  • Providing a team toolbox

Module 4: Transformation

  • Working out the differences between change and transformation
  • Familiarization with a generic process model for transformation including key questions
  • Starting and managing transformation processes
  • Deep dive and rounding off your own business case

Module 5: Methods

  • Getting to know our toolbox with (agile) methods
  • Knowing and practicing basic facilitation techniques
  • Knowing and practicing selected Liberating Structures
  • Transfer of methods to your own business case

The organizational coach training is primarily designed for HR professionals, change professionals, consultants, coaches and managers. No prior coaching training is required.

A ticket for the complete organizational coach training including peer group work regularly costs EUR 7,250 net; the early bird ticket up to six weeks before the start of the training costs EUR 7,250 net. The start of the event costs EUR 6,500 net. Travel costs and expenses are borne by the participant. Graduated prices can be agreed for several participants from one company.

The organizational coach training takes place twice a year.

Issue 1/2024 (Thursday/Friday):
14./15. Mar – 11/12. Apr – May 16/17 – June 13/14 – June 11/12 Jul (No longer bookable)

Issue 2/2024 (Thursday/Friday):
12./13. Sep – 17/18. Oct – 14/15. Nov – 12/13. Dec – 16/17. Jan

The training takes place at a location in the Nuremberg area.

The following cancellation deadlines apply:

  • up to eight weeks before the start of training: free of charge
  • up to four weeks before the start of the training: 50 percent of the net price plus VAT
  • thereafter: 90 percent of the net price plus VAT

However, in the event of cancellation, a suitable replacement participant can be named with the consent of the training manager.

Get in touch

Contact me without obligation and I will be happy to advise you.


+49 (0) 176 2323 6087


Oldenburger Straße 4
90425 Nuremberg